saddeeyqarh muhammadan intndn stdnt ov law i intend to study law,so brthz nd sistaz cn yhu enlighten me on the challenges i wl face as a 1st yr stnt19 March 2012Comment
oroma d.h you dont study law bcs you like to, or bcs of wat u see or friends and parents said. a course is the desire of a child dream. first, has law always been what you want, are you ready to do it. do you think this, is your area of profession and if this happen to be, then u gat to move on. law, is the body rule of a principal prescribe in a state, society... Read All 1020 March
abubakar ada The police can ask questions but do not have the right to torture.As a matter of fact,a suspect can choose not to answer any questions and if tortured into confession,the suspect can claim to have made such comments under duress.This will not allow such evidence to stand.Also,if allowed to torture the police can inflict harm on innocent people as is... Read All 0009 August 2011
prince jedidiah vicky I think it is so inhumane for the police to torture an individual in the name of extracting evidence, what do you think is responsible for locking up innocent people in jail?,over 50% of these people were forced to admit a crime they knew nothing about because they were under duress, and when this is done, they end up prosecuting the wrong folks in... Read All 1025 November 2011
helen alinwaowaexams subject for literature in jamb for2011?
need CRK,government and English text books online don knoe websites?03 April 2011Comment
andy chuks For the recommended text books check this link http://goo.gl/rkRIp
but I doubt if you would get them online to download free you have to buy. 0004 April 2011
andy chuks Necessary is Something that is a required condition for something else to be the case. It is being essential, indispensable, or requisite: e.g. Flywheel is a necessary component of the motor vehicle. 0008 January 2011
Ebimobowei Jikenghan Laches simply means delay. However, the kind of delay which the court would hold as barring a plaintiff from seeking a claim is that coupled with circumstances which makes it inequitable to assert such a claim. The defendants must have acted to his detriment such that the balance of convenience shifts. Acquiescence on the other hand is in the nature... Read All 0029 October 2010
ogugua belonwu The principles of natural justice set out procedures to be used to ensure that judicial proceedings are fair for the participants. These principles are used in jurisdictions where the justice system is based on common law and civil law. In a proceeding conducted under the principles of procedural fairness, a party is fully informed of the charges or... Read All 0022 September 2010
oyebanji yusuf i tink wat nex after sup cort is tribuna 0008 October 2010
andy chuksAfter Supreme Court what next? If a judgement is delivered at Supreme court and one of the parties involved is not yet satisfied, what other court can entertain the case, whose decisions is binding or supercedes that of the supreme court?15 September 2010Comment
williams sodic None, however in some cases I think ECOWAS Court or International Court of Justice may have a binding decisions, if the country government wishes to cooperate. 0020 October 2010
kingsley uzoigweEnquiry What legal action will one take against a lawyer friend who is indebted to him but without any documented prove.15 September 2010Comment
Ebimobowei Jikenghan There are certain issues that are involved in this kind of situation. Although you did not state the kind of indebtedness I think I can safely assume that it is financial.
First, was the debt owed pursuant to a valid contract? If it is yes then the proper step would be to sue for breach of contract because benefit and burden go hand in hand.
However,... Read All 2015 September 2010